“Outdoors & Recreation in North Bend, WA”
Twin Falls is a waterfall on the South fork of the Snoqualmie River, off exit 34 on I-90 in the Olallie State Park. Twin Falls features a well-hidden underground run-of-the-river hydroelectric project that generates 24 MW of electricity.
DISCOVERY PASS is required but you can park your car outside of the park for free. It is not too far to walk from there to the trail.
Almost all the way to the waterfall you go downhill, so when you want to go back to you car, you have to climb stairs.
The place is good. We had children and older people with us - everyone was able to make it. The waterfall looks interesting - you can actually get all the way to the water but it is hiking thru the forest.
The trip is 2.5 miles out and back with 636 feet of elevation gain. We did see small children and seniors on the trail, but it may be challenging for some, there is quite a bit of ascending and descending bits. Overall it is a lovely trail. It was really warm when we went so we played in the river before leaving. The lower falls can be viewed by a set of stairs that lead to a look out point and the upper falls are viewed by a bridge crossed the river.
Was so impressed that the majority of people there were wearing masks.
Amazing waterfall! The trail has been "closed" for months but you can still walk the whole thing no problem. I was lucky enough to be here when it was completely empty.
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Twin Falls Trail
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